Jason De Carteret
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Jason De Carteret, born on the British island of Guernsey, is a polar explorer. He holds (or has held) skiing and vehicle world records for polar exploration. He has worked as a commercial helicopter pilot.
- News: How Low Can You Go?, Guinness World Records, 16 Jan 2008, retrieved 15 Jul 2010,
The fastest overland journey to the South Pole from Patriot Hills on the Antarctic coastline was a total of 69 hours 21 minutes from 9–12 December 2005, by a team of five drivers: Jason De Carteret, Andrew Regan, Richard Griffiths, Andrew Moon (all UK) and Gunni Eglisson (Iceland) using a modified 6x6 vehicle.
- unknown, Jason De Carteret – Polar Explorer and Adventurer. Motivational Keynote Speaker., Gordon Poole Agency, retrieved 15 Jul 2010
- unknown, Jason De Carteret – Polar Explorer and Adventurer. Motivational Keynote Speaker., Gordon Poole Agency
- Cherie Haughton (24 Dec 2007), World record ski attempt, BBC Guernsey, retrieved 15 Jul 2010 (article and audio interview)
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